Naruto: Review of Box 1 on Blu-Ray

We analyze in cinemascomics the Blu-Ray with Box 1 of Naruto, for the first time in high definition

As we prepare for the launch of naruto shippudenin Cinemascomics we have analyzed the home edition of the Blu-Ray that gathers the first 25 episodes of Narutoin an ideal pack for collectors, which includes the first adventures of Naruto as a child, the Konoha ninja, in high image resolution.

Naruto Box 1 is now available on Blu-Ray in this pack set of three discs in an amara box, in which new packs will be added in the coming months that will include the rest of the episodes of this anime based on the story created by Masashi Kishimoto and directed in the series by Hayato Date, whose manga is edited in Spain by Planeta Cómic. For its part, the anime was broadcast openly by Boing and Cuatro.

The series is a Japanese production and is available in its complete and uncensored edition, in high definition 1080p – 4:3, with the dialogues both in the original version in Japanese and dubbed into Spanish (Audio 2.0 DTS HD), in addition to including subtitles. in Spanish. However, it does not have sound tracks in its audio in other languages ​​spoken in our territory, as is the case with the Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z boxes.

The launch of the first pack includes the container chest for the complete series as a gift, with a total of 220 episodes divided into 9 packs. The chest is adorned with images from the series, such as the Konoha logo, and images of Sasuke, Sakura, Naruto, Kakashi, and Team 7 in action. The first pack is made up of 3 discs, with the images of Naruto on the first disc (Episodes 1 to 8), Sasuke on the second (Episodes 9 to 16) and Sakura on the third disc (Episodes 17 to 25). The amaray box has a reversible cover with the list of episodes, with the translated name of each one and the image of Naruto ready for the fight. On the cover, Naruto appears painting the faces of the hokages and on the back cover Iruka, Naruto’s instructor at the Konoha academy, stands out, about to scold the protagonist.

The rigid cardboard box (apart from the chest) that covers the Amaray box, has the image of Team 7 on the cover and technical information, synopsis and images of the chapters on the back cover.

In this way, we have analyzed the Blu-Ray pack that brings together chapters 1 to 25, which has been launched on the market Select Vision In our country. We hope you enjoy the chapters as much as we have, based on the epic adventure created by Masashi Kishimoto. In this way, we have set to work to discover everything that this domestic edition hides, which for the first time is marketed in high definition and without censorship.


Naruto is a young ninja apprentice who is outcast and feared in his city, the Hidden Leaf Village (Konoha). Feeling rejected by the rest of the citizens causes Naruto to become hyperactive and thug, which aggravates the rejection along with the fear they feel for the terrible power sealed inside him, the Nine-Tailed Fox. Accompanied by the intense Sasuke and the ingenious Sakura, Naruto will begin his apprenticeship determined to become Hokage Master, the highest distinction among ninjas, with the aim of earning the recognition of all the inhabitants and the rest of the villages.

Thus begins an epic adventure that will begin with the entrance exam to Chunin and will continue with the pilgrimage with the perverted hermit Jiraiya, going through the confrontations against the minions of the renegade shinobi Orochimaru. Between each ninja mission, we will see Naruto get closer to his dream of being the strongest and most respected, on a path full of adrenaline-pumping adventures, courageous allies and deadly enemies with extraordinary abilities; all this through explosive combat, betrayal, loss and some filler chapter.

TV Tokyo’s Japanese animated adventure series is recommended for ages 12 and up, and this pack kicks off one of the most beloved anime by fans, being one of the most watched franchises in Japan and also on the rest of the planet, with the distribution of thousands of merchandising products, video games, series and movies that expand the mangaka’s original plot, such as the recent Boruto series, which tells the adventures of Naruto’s son along with a whole new generation of ninjas and dangerous enemies.

Thus, the first box of the manganime, which began in 2002, has a total duration of approximately 650 minutes and a screen format in high definition 1080p – 4:3, in a complete and uncensored edition, which has been launched on the market Select Vision In our country.